Monday, February 27, 2012

Goin’ On A Safari (tot/pre school at our house)

Alex is 4 years old.  Max is 2.5 years old.

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In case you can’t tell, my boys had a great time reading about safari animals and working on our African Safari pack!

We made vests from grocery bags and binoculars from toilet paper tubes wrapped in black construction paper.  We searched the house for lions, and we went outside to spy real birds with our binoculars.   (vest & binoculars ideas found on Pinterest)

Here’s the rest of what we did. 

**Pinterest Users: PLEASE do not pin any pictures below with the children in them.  There’s a picture of the Preschool Pack at the bottom of this post if you’d like to pin this post.  Thanks for understanding!

Count & Match Cards

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Shadow Matching

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Size Sequencing

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Puzzle Cards

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Magnet Page

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Follow The Path

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Prewriting Page

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Alex wanted smiley faces and funny faces for a job well done.

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Word Builders
(Max barely knows his letters, but he loves to match!)

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Dot Markers

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Follow The Path & prewriting, 2 year old style ;)

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Dot the S and s

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Circle the smallest (Max “circled” the biggest instead)

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finish the pattern

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Find the Missing Number

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A few pages on display

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More Follow The Path

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Shape Matching
(Alex’s friend)

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Roll & Graph

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more word building

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A is for Alligator (from Homeschool Creations)

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Circle What’s Different

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handwriting

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This African Safari preschool pack is a FUNDRAISER for our friends as they are in the process of adopting.  The cost is $2.00, and $1.68 (everything but the PayPal fees) goes directly to Adopting Judah

2 comments:

Lindsay said...

What fun!! Looks like everyone had so much fun! Love the vests!

Marlynn said...

Those little safari vests are so CUTE!